For those unaware, the Farm Credit Corporation (FCC), is a federal bank that provides financial assistance in the form of loans and loan guarantees to Canadian farmers.
Its boss is ultimately Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Some are concerned about the release of information from the FCC’s office in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
According to Blacklock’s Reporter, FCC’s Regina office was wanting employees to keep track of any farmers who may have been involved in the trucker convoy in Ottawa, that took place earlier this year. Truckers from across Canada, gathered in the country’s capital city, calling for Trudeau to end his COVID mandates.
Blacklock’s Reporter explains:
“Internal documents confirm a federal bank, Farm Credit Canada of Regina, told employees to secretly record the names of customers who supported the Freedom Convoy. The Access To Information records contradict the agency’s public denial it began blacklisting clients “in support of activity related to the Freedom Convoy.” Staff emails showed managers were still compiling names of customers even after cabinet lifted the Emergencies Act: “If you become aware of a customer’s involvement report it immediately.”
READ (BEHIND PAYWALL): Fed Bank Misled On Secretive Convoy Blacklist: Documents
Of course, the overriding issue is why was the FCC interested in tracking Canadian farmers who supported the convoy.
We know other banks were seizing the bank accounts of regular Canadians who supported the convoy.
Some have wondered:
Meanwhile, in Holland
Curiously, after the left-wing Dutch government imposed extreme environmental restrictions on farms in Holland, many warned this could result in farms going bankrupt. A Dutch government official said too bad and added that the farmers will just have to sell their farms. READ: Dutch government moves to ‘buy out’ farmers
The Atlantic writes: One in three Dutch livestock farmers could lose their business.
The Dutch News adds: Farms will have to close down to meet nitrogen targets, ministers say
Similar to Holland, Prime Minister Trudeau wants to implement similar extremist environmental regulations on Canadian farmers, restricting how much fertilizer they can use when growing crops. This will cut production, dramatically drive up food costs, and possibly result in smaller family farms going bankrupt.
And in America
The New York Post writes:
Gates, the billionaire tech mogul and philanthropist whose net worth was pegged by Bloomberg at $113 billion, has quietly amassed nearly 270,000 acres of farmland across the country, according to the Associated Press.